Last year, the Shaped collection acquired a new form for Hublot. The models introduced are built on an elegant 42mm square case. True to its original DNA, the manufacturer has always mixed material with great talent. The eight new chronographs joining this exclusive line further enhance this distinctive personality. What makes them special? Each model is embellished by the excellence of the gem-setting work carried out by the craftsmen in a masterly manner. The Square Bang Unico Titanium Diamonds bears 44 brilliant-cut diamonds on its 1.87-carat bezel. The Square Bang Unico Titanium Jewellery features a case with 94 diamonds and a bezel set with 50 baguette-cut gemstones of 4.4 carats. The Square Bang Unico Titanium Pavé glitters with 138 diamonds of 3.31 carats. The Square Bang Unico High Jewellery features 285 diamonds of 17.9 carats that literally make the watch shine. In addition to its four titanium models, four King Gold versions are available, in a warmer shade than traditional gold.
Within these refined cases operates the UNICO 2 equipped with a column wheel. This self-winding movement, constructed using 354 components, can be seen thanks to the absence of a dial. This chronograph caliber equipped with a flyback function supplies 72 hours of power reserve. During this time frame, the hour and minute hands, those measuring the time and the date, play their part in the rigorous choreographic composition. With the Square Bang Unico Diamonds, watchmaking and jewelry run the show.